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Experts explain how bad single-use paper and plastic coffee cups are, and how to order your drinks more responsibly.
We may never be as put together as the TikTok star, but we can try with these kitchen, home and wellness products.
Studies say regular "together time" over meals is good for kids. But what if it’s just not working for your family?
The lid's sealing ring is holding on to memories of fish and brisket that you'd rather forget. Here's what to do.
Did someone say it's comfort food season?
Add a little volume, some protein and carbs, and you've got a substantial dish.
You may already know about the Starbucks apple crisp macchiato, but there are more out there worth trying.
A PSL itself isn't exactly healthy, but the real problem is what it makes your body crave after you drink it.
From cheap and easy (you need a new sealing ring!) to just plain brilliant (an air fryer lid!), you'll love these toys.
If you need a break from cooking, nutritionists suggest these companies — no subscription required.
Say goodbye to plastic baggies, everyone.
And is there a best time of day to feed it to them? Experts explain how to set your children up for success.
Hate babysitting a pot? Get a rice cooker. Experts share their favorites that range in price from $15 to $290.
You'll never look at a sandwich bag the same way again.
Too much or too little of any one macronutrient can make it difficult to maintain focus and stay energized.
Experts share what to look for, what to stir in and which brands are more likely to keep you full until lunch.
When the 3 p.m. hangries hit, feel good about giving these options to your kiddos.
Get things moving in the morning with high-fiber options that promote plenty of pooping.
Nutritionists share ingredients you'll want to add to your child's lunch (and the ones that'll set them up for a crash).
Whether it's for school or work, adults and kids can benefit from these containers. Here are three that experts love.
Areli Barrera Grodski started out with $75 and has grown her business exponentially, but the Latina shares her many challenges, from representation to racism.
Bring your dessert game back from the dead with everything from edible fake blood to skeleton cake pans to creepy cupcake sprinkles.
The fast food giant is exploring using recycled plastic toys to make new restaurant trays.
Her neighborhood business will serve food made in-house daily by Asian elders, including her own mother.
Get ready to get even more hands-on while cooking thanks to these useful gadgets.
The Kenyan talks about how she empowers women in the culinary industry.
A wall clock with a lady swimming in mac and cheese on it? You need that.
Candles, seasonings, home decor, beauty and other PSL-inspired items that won't nauseate you and the people who still love you.
Experts break down what you're paying for when you splurge on fancy confectionery treats.
Millions of peaches, peaches for me.
Keep your kids away from relying on takeout while giving them a lesson on delicious meals they can make themselves.
Experts weigh in on the do’s and don'ts of preparing this iconic Peruvian dish.
"Apartment Bartender" Elliott Clark shares a small and well-curated list that'll help wow guests (and yourself).
Tofu presses, bread boxes and more kitchen tools parents love and recommend for a reason.
The cook, who appeared on Season 1 of the hit TV show, opened up about her current relationship with reality television and more.
The fast-food chain blames supply problems stemming from a shortage of truck drivers.
Check out the multi-purpose cookware, wine stoppers and more kitchen-friendly goods that reviewers can't stop talking about.
Whether you're looking for a one-time order or a subscription service, learn why more people are turning to online delivery.